Chance The Rapper and London Grammar pull out of T In The Park

Chvrches will perform second set in place of London Grammar

Chance The Rapper and London Grammar pull out of T In The Park

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Chance The Rapper and London Grammar have pulled out of T In The Park.

There's no official reason why the rapper, real name Chancelor Bennett, won't be performing as scheduled, but he did tweet yesterday that he was trying to reduce the number of shows he was playing.




London Grammar, meanwhile, won't be performing at the final T In The Park to take place at Balado due to singer Hannah Reid losing her voice.


As stated by T's twitter account, Chvrches, who performed at the festival on Friday, will perform again.

The second day of the festival was capped off by headliner Calvin Harris, who was joined on stage by Will Smith. He followed on from performances by Elbow and Pharrell Williams. You can read a full report of day two here. The festival will come to a close this evening (July 13) with a headline performance from Arctic Monkeys.

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